Immigration and Citizenship Course Number: Law 214W Hours: 3 Course Type: Upper-Level Writing Requirement: Writing Experience (WE) Skills Requirement?: No Final Exam?: No Description: The course offers an introduction to immigration law from a practical, hands-on learning approach. Lectures and readings will examine: the history of immigration; the federal agencies that administer immigration and citizenship laws; undocumented immigration; the balance between national security and openness to non-citizens; a review of: non-immigrant visas; family and employment-based immigration; adjustment of status vs. consular processing; inadmissibility and removal issues; humanitarian immigration options as well as citizenship and naturalization. Half of the semester will be devoted to an individual course project and class presentation of that project. Prerequisites: None.